Hi Guys, I'm using a linn centrik speaker sitting vertically in the centre of a custom made wooden av cabinet. The problem is a lack of dialogue clarity, and I think it's due to the location of the speaker - moving it out of the cabinet reduces the midbass and cleans up the sound. I didn't think it would be a problem to stick it in the cabinet as it's a sealed speaker, but obviously I was wrong. The front baffle has about 20mm clearance from the cabinet and there is about 20cm of space behind it with a slit cut out for the cables. It's already mounted on some Russ Andrews oak cones, so what else can I try? I'm thinking there are three options: 1. Stick a slab of marble underneath to further isolate it 2. Make the hole behind the speaker larger 3. Damp the recess with some dynamat or similar Anyone have any ideas if this will work, or any other suggestions would be great. Cheers, Andy. System details: Cyrus AV5 processor Cyrus power+psxr x2 + xpa Linn keilidhs + centrik Speakers set to small with Rel Q200 on bass.